No Other Company Can Match Our Expertise…
Since 1981, we’ve been moving buildings in the Denver metro area and across the Front Range of Colorado. In more than 2,000 building moves, we’ve proven that we’re careful and capable, reliable and cost-effective. Sometimes we move buildings a few feet for raise and hold projects, other times miles down the road for eminent domain or relocation projects. We’ve moved historic buildings and garages, portable classrooms and penthouses, homes and commercial buildings.
We take pride in our ability to problem-solve and our team approach in working with structural engineers, general contractors, subcontractors, architects, developers, and homeowners.
Because we also specialize in excavation and demolition, we can offer a turnkey solution for most building move projects. We give detailed estimates, without “extra charges” tacked on along the way, and we’re fully licensed, insured, and capable of being bonded.
We’d love to work with you on your next building move project. We have the experience, expertise, and equipment to get the job done correctly, on time and on budget.
For more information on our services or to request a bid, please call (303) 979-0880, or e-mail email@example.com.
Professional Building Movers News
April 23, 2013:As it warms up and you start your outdoor home projects don’t forget to call in utility locates to avoid damaging any lines. Just dial 811!
April 15, 2013:It’s TAX DAY! As Arthur Godfrey said “I am proud to be paying taxes in the United States. The only thing is I could be just as proud for half of the money”
March 23, 2013: Prior to moving a residential building you must have your building tested for asbestos. If asbestos is present the Colorado Department of health requires that you go thru abatement. For more information on this process you can visit the Colorado Department of Health website.
February 2, 2013: If you live in the Denver Metro Area and need a large about of fill dirt call our offices. We have dirt available from our excavation jobs. We can deliver the dirt to you for your next project.
January 2, 2013: WOW 2013!!! Happy New Year, Looking forward to the opportunities this year will hold!
December 23, 2012: Merry Christmas to all of our great customers and fantastic employees!
November 12, 2012: PBM is looking forward to another Holiday Season. Our offices will be closed Nov. 21-25 for Thanksgiving. We wish everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!
October 15, 2012: PBM digs basements for existing homes as part of a Raise and Hold project. We do not specialize in tunneling under homes and digging out basements. If you are interested in adding a basement to an existing home as part of a Raise and Hold project you can send your engineer drawings to our estimator for a bid. Drawings are required to bid this scope of work. We look forward to working with you!
September 23, 2012: If you are wondering if your house is moveable contact a structural engineer. They can tell you the structural condition of your home. PBM does not move any building that cannot maintain structural soundness. We believe in protecting your investment.
August 21, 2012: Another summer season is coming to an end. PBM was busy this summer moving the school buildings for some of Colorado’s best school districts. Thanks to everyone that made each move possible.
June 4, 2012: It’s school building season again. As kids get out for summer break we get to work on moving temporary school buildings to the schools that will be using them in the 2012-2013 school year. It will be a busy June with moves for Cherry Creek, Douglas and Elbert County Schools.
May 24, 2012: Happy Memorial Day weekend from your team at Professonal Building Movers, may you all have a fun and safe weekend!
April 1. 2012: Thanks to everyone we worked with over at SouthGlenn mall. We moved the “cube” their ice skating shed as they prepare for summer. Always a great move, see you again in winter!
March 12, 2012: The first day of Spring is coming up March 20th. Do you have all your Spring projects planned out? As the planting season approaches remember to keep water flow away from your foundation and Enjoy the Spring Season!
February 21, 2012: Rising gas prices making it difficult to figure out a good estimate for future projects. With talks of the US seeing $5.00 a gallon by midsummer the construction industry struggles to provide customers with an accurate bid. Diesel costs is one the most highly influential items in the construction industry. Diesel prices affect material, supplies, and labor costs. Many construction companies are considering adding a FUEL SURCHARGE to all of their bills, only increasing the costs of building.
January 19, 2012: Happy New Year! It’s been a great start to the New Year here at PBM. We have been busy and are really looking forward to all our upcoming projects.